• Can KRY help with psoriasis?

    It is appropriate to contact KRY regarding your psoriasis if:

    • You are out of medication you have been prescribed for your psoriasis
    • You find that the medicine you have been prescribed doesn't help
    • Psoriasis prevents you in your everyday life


    Difficult skin psoriasis and joint psoriasis should be physically examined.

  • Can KRY help out with facial rash?

    Due to many different reasons of facial rash, it is important to establish what kind of rash you have. With KRY, you can meet a doctor through a video call and get help with diagnosis and treatment. We can also, if necessary, prescribe medication or write a referral to another healthcare provider.

  • Can KRY help with chickenpox?

    Children with chickenpox usually do not require any treatment. The disease usually heals by itself within 10 days from the first symptom. Sometimes medication, such as Tavegyl, can be prescribed to help soothe the itching. For adults and adolescents treatment is recommended, but it must commence early in the course of the disease.

  • Can KRY help out with eczema?

    Via a video meeting with one of our doctors at KRY, you can get help with what might have triggered your eczema. We can provide information on different treatment options and advise you on how to effectively avoid being affected again. If non-prescription medicines have not been effective, we are able to prescribe other medicines that can give better results.

  • Can KRY help out with acne problems?

    You can seek care at KRY if you have problems with acne.

    Contact with KRY regarding your acne is appropriate if:

    • You are out of medication that you have been prescribed for your acne
    • You find that medicines you have been prescribed do not help
    • Acne prevents you in your everyday life
    • Severe acne and infected rash should be physically investigated.

    Before your meeting starts, you have the opportunity to fill out a symptom form. To this form you can attach pictures of your acne. Assuming that you take a good picture, there is a good chance that you can get help through KRY. Our doctors at KRY can also write referrals to specialists given that they consider that the referral is medically motivated. It is up to each individual doctor to make an assessment of what is appropriate for each patient.

  • Can KRY help with borrelia and tick bites?

    If you discover a small, dark, spider-like insect that sticks to your skin, it is probably a tick. Ticks should be removed as quick as possible as a few can carry infections.

    For example, ticks can carry Borrelia, which is an infectious disease. Borrelia infections are caused by bacteria and occur mainly between May and December.

    The classic skin reaction when affected by Borrelia occurs approximately 1-4 weeks after the bite. Usually, the impact measures more than 5 cm in diameter and slowly increases in size. In the immediate vicinity of the bite a reaction may occur that shouldn't be mistaken with Borrelia. This usually heals within 1 week.

    You're welcome to book a meeting with a doctor for advice and possible treatment for Borrelia infection. Before your meeting starts, you have the opportunity to fill out a symptom form. To this form you can attach pictures. 

  • Can KRY help with skin problems?

    You can seek care at KRY if you have skin problems.

    Before your meeting starts, you have the opportunity to fill out a symptom form. To this form you can attach pictures. Assuming that you take a good picture of what you wish to have assessed, there are good chances that you will get help via KRY. Doctors at KRY can write referrals to specialist given that they consider that the referral is medically motivated. It is up to each individual doctor to make an assessment of what is appropriate for you. 

  • Can KRY help with the assessment of birthmarks?

    With KRY, you can book a video meeting with a doctor to get help with diagnosis and treatment of your birthmarks. Our doctors can also write a referral to another healthcare provider.

    Before your meeting starts, you have the opportunity to fill out a symptom form. To this form you can attach pictures. Assuming that you take a good picture of the birthmark you wish to be assessed, there is a good chance that you will get help via KRY. It is always up to every individual doctor to make an assessment.

  • Can KRY help with mycosis?

    Mycosis are some of the most common infectious diseases. There are different types of fungus, and these can cause various types of infections. Some fungal infections can be treated with prescription drugs.

    Through KRY, you can have a doctor's visit via video call and get help with diagnosis and treatment for fungal infection. If you suspect bacterial vaginos, you can order a test through our partner Dynamic code here, take a sampling, submit the test and get the online answer via a personal code. If necessary, KRY can prescribe e-prescriptions.

    To book your treatment, go into the app and go to the bottom of the Home or Book tab. Then click Book treatment and select from the list for what you want treatment for. Then enter your code and book a meeting with a doctor via video call.

  • Which symptoms can KRY help out with?

    KRY can be used for ailments and symptoms that do not require a physical examination for diagnosis. Not all health problems are well-suited for diagnosis and treatment in a virtual setting, and it is therefore important that you consult the list of symptoms our doctors can help you with before booking an appointment.

    For the symptoms that are represented in our list, however, our doctors provide the same healthcare services they would in a physical clinic. This means that, if your doctor deems it necessary, you will be given a prescription for medication or referral to a specialist.